The days leading to Durga Puja in Kolkata portays the real piture of Kumartuli . It reveals the workaholic culture at its hilt. In the year of 1961, Durga Puja started being celebrated at Sitaram Ghosh Street, Nabin Paul Lane and Beniatola Lane . In the initial year the Puja was sponsored by the Localities donation. Though once started the tradition was maintained in the year that followed and slowly emerged into a grand success. Pri or to 1961, the enjoyment and enthusiasm was deprived from the location and glum faces were evi dent among them . It paused for the beginning of Para Puja in the North kolkata lanes. These localities came together and hand in-hand made the Puja at Sitaram Ghosh Street, Nabin Paul Lane and Beniatola Lane a g rand success. The term Baroari’ Puja was coined for these areas when the ‘ Das Bari’ Puja came to an end. In the beautiful and bright autumn days Maa Durga was being worshiped for the first time in 1961 i n these area . It was then anxiously decided that the Puja would be done at the centre of the Para. The people without whom this Puja would not have been started are namely Gobardhan Laha, Manik Da, Debu Da, Babu Da , Pahari Da, Anil Da, Barin and many more Philanthropist. It is but with their blessings and dreams of a distant future that the Puja today complete Its 53 years in 2014.